The Graziadio Business Review published a newly released 2nd annual report “CEO Performance of 100 of Southern California’s Largest Companies” by Patrick Furtaw, Steve Chopp, and John K. Paglia, PhD.
Read How the Election Year Impacts the Stock Market and View a Finance Panel Discussing Election Economics
The debates may be over, but the election economics are still a vital part of the news. A recent GBR article discusses how the presidential elections influence the stock market and a new video discusses the economic status and how the elections and political turmoil impacts investors.
All eyes were on Greece, Italy, and Spain again as if we don’t have a mess in our own economic backyard. Nevertheless, the situation in Europe is grave.
Last week, we looked at a perfect central bank intervention. Markets reacted immediately shedding about 400 points off the value of the Yen against the Dollar.
Although the unemployment rate remains stubbornly high, the trend is going in the right direction and the number of long-term unemployed fell.
Dr. David Smith offers his insight into the Southern California grocery worker negotiations and its larger implications for labor unions as a whole.
In this podcast interview, Dr. Don M. Atwater explains how decreases in public sector employment will push back the recovery of the U.S. labor market.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner points out the elephant in the room (i.e. the political dysfunction of governments).
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The employment picture continues to be a major drag for the prospects of a sustainable economic recovery.
Volatility in precious metals as well as other commodities isn’t going to disappear anytime soon, but for gold, the major trend still points upward.
Markets are dysfunctional because they mirror dysfunctional political systems and political players and dysfunctional monetary policies.
Every now and then, the markets leave you speechless. This was one of those weeks. There was hardly any place to hide except for Treasuries and Gold.
While the U.S. still enjoys its highly coveted AAA rating, phrases like “the clowns in Washington” do not exactly sound encouraging to lenders.